Cherry Potpie


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Back in the Day Bakery Made With Love

Back in the Day Bakery Made With Love

By Cheryl Day and Griffith Day

Published 2015

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Is there anything better than a potpie? What about a sweet potpie? Deep-dish and delicious, and covered with a flaky, buttery crust, these cute little pies are loaded with the flavor of cherries, brown sugar, and cardamom. Bake them in ramekins for a night in at home, or make them in Mason jars and pack them for a picnic in the park.



Dust your rolling pin with flour. Pull the 2 disks of dough out of the fridge and place each one on a lightly floured piece of parchment. Roll each into a circle about ½ inch thick. Then, using the top of a ramekin or the ring of a Mason jar lid as a guide, cut out 8 rounds of dough. Cut a small round hole in the center of each one or cut 3 slits to vent the steam. Cut out shapes from the dough